In Episode 14, Cooked Up Plans Against *Oil* Odds

Episode 14: Hide and Sneak

Nothing goes to plan when Blister’s motley rescue crew invades Dr. van Sangfreud’s junk castle.

For the Curious

Oh sure, we make light of the fact that our heroes are toast…that their goose is essentially cooked, but seriously, did you know cooking might be a major solution to climate change?

Specifically, cooking bugs instead of meat for our meals will go along way to preserving a stable global ecology. Learn more from these resources:

“Can Eating Bugs Save the Planet?” by Chelsea Lee

“The Case for Eating Bugs” from NOVA/PBS

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Use the contact page to tell me what you think will happen next! Know any food or cooking jokes better or worse than these?

How fast is milk?
It’s pasteurized before you know it!

Speaking of milk, where do chefs go to learn about serving ice cream?
To Sundae School.

And while we’re on the topic of cold things, what do polar bears make for dinner?

Share your bad jokes and I’ll share them on the next show!

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Special thanks to Roland Rudzitis for serving up the Blister and Muck theme song. Additional music from Kevin McLeod, Monplaisir, Loyalty Freak Music, and Komiku. Mark DiAngelo, Mike Koenig [1] [2],and idomusics brought the wind and the rainstorm. Other creepy sounds from Schmaddio and Mike Koenig. All other sounds from the public domain. I always es*steam* my family, friends, and fans. One for one and all for you! 

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By jenmichellemason

Jenny is a story hunter. She has explored foreign countries, canyon mazes, and burial crypts to gather the facts that make good stories. Once, she sniffed a 200-year-old skull...for research purposes. Jenny received an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from VCFA. She has authored nearly 20 STEM books for young readers. Her inquisitive and funny nonfiction articles have appeared in Mountain Flyer, Cobblestone, and Muse magazines. Jenny also works as a freelance copy writer for nonprofits and small businesses.

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